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Strike brings Hong Kong transport to halt, shuts businesses after weekend of protests

New Zealand Herald Monday, 5 August 2019 ()
Strike brings Hong Kong transport to halt, shuts businesses after weekend of protestsA general strike in Hong Kong on Monday paralysed transportation networks at rush hour, forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights, and shut down scores of businesses and restaurants after another chaotic weekend of protests across...
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News video: Hong Kong protestors start fire at police station as fire department rushes to extinguish it

Hong Kong protestors start fire at police station as fire department rushes to extinguish it 04:57

The incredible moment is captured Monday (August 5) when protestors outside of the barricaded gates of a police station start a fire with collected kindling only for the fire department to rush over

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